• describing self and drawing pictures of family or creating a family tree, labelling with appropriate kinship terms for immediate family members
  • identifying self as belonging to a family, class or peer group, representing these relationships through captioned pictures or photos or by creating digital presentations
  • exploring the concept of collective identity, for example by considering the symbolic meaning of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags, items of dress, use of colour and patterns
  • describing friends, favourite places, objects and languages they know/ are learning as markers of their identity
  • noticing and comparing their use of words or expressions from different languages when communicating in English
  • recognising the relationship between language, place and family in the formation of identity in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and comparing these to relationships in their own lives